How To Write Leave Letter For Already Taken Leave?


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Shane Richardson Profile
Due to the question not really making sense, I would hazard a guess that you want to know how to write a letter asking for sick leave to your boss - even though you're already off work.

If this is the case then it is fairly straightforward to do, simply follow these steps:

• Open up Microsoft Word on your computer
• Select 'new document'
• Place your full address on the top right of the page
• Put your boss' name and company address

Then you are ready to start the letter. You should commence by addressing your boss with Dear and then their name. Next you have to state what your letter is about and what you are asking; i.e. That you wish to seek sick leave from work for a certain time period or indefinitely, and why you feel it is appropriate to ask for such leave.

It would also be a good idea to attach a doctor's note if you have one, indicating your illness. You should print out your letter on good quality paper, insert into a new envelope and address it to your boss. Then you can either post it or drop it into the office.

You should get a response from your boss either by mail or phone call. Your boss should state whether the company is willing to grant you sick leave and what the relevant payment implications may be.
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Anonymous answered
I have taken leave on this dates 22-4-09 and 24-04-09 for personal work to visit home town
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Anonymous answered
The class teacher,
Class, sec

Respected sir/madam
I had to be absent from the class for the past two days (date) due to high fever. Therefore, kindly excuse me for not attending school.

Thanking you
I know it!!
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the class teacher
pushp vihar
new delhi

sub : Application for taken leave from 17-08-09 to 20-08-09.

Dear mam,

this is to inform you that my daughter chhavi was not able to attend her class from dt. 17-08-09 to 20-08-09. Due to viral fever. Sorry for inconvenience caused.

Thanking you
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Anonymous answered
Thanks for the much appreciated leave, I just knew you would be considerate of the stress places upon your employees.
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John Mickle answered

Writing a 'leave of absence' letter to a principal can be antagonizing , and stressful. First, I hope that you have some kind of relationship with your principal. In cases like this, your principal can be more supportive of you - if you have an established relationship. You should also have details and information about your particular circumstances established from your district, In other words, if you are going on leave -is it medical? Can you still be paid? Are you attending school? Are you going out of the country on sebatical? Most teachers who have an established relationshipw with their principal - the principal already knows what is going on - and it's a matter of paperwork, etc.

If you have not developed this relationship - then you need to draft your letter in good time (time so that the principal can perhaps have someone ready to take over your class quickly, and not leav e students hanging). Discuss the details with your principal. If you are able to come back after a period of time, let the principal know. I believe that principals will work with you if you are open, and honest. I recommend you Home remedies for fever through this you get instant of knowledge about What's good for fever .

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